UX Designer - Up to £60,000 - London - Hybrid
I am in the search for an imaginative and dedicated UX Designer to become a vital part of our clients dynamic team.
Our client is a UK-based company specialising in enforcement and recovery services. Their services encompass a wide range of sectors, including government, commercial, and individual clients.
Collaborate with diverse teams, including product managers, developers, and visual designers.
Execute user research, user interviews, and usability testing.
Develop road maps and wireframes.
Create interactive prototypes and design mockups.
Team up with development units during implementation to ensure accurate translation of accessible designs into practical, user-friendly interfaces.
Continuously evaluate and enhance existing products through usability assessments, user feedback, and data-driven insights, with a focus on enhancing accessibility for all users.
Demonstrable experience working as an Experience Designer.
Proficiency in design and prototyping tools like Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD, InVision, or their equivalents.
A robust grasp of user-centric design principles, usability, and user research methodologies, particularly within the accessibility context.
Exceptional communication skills for articulating design choices, gathering input, and collaborating seamlessly with multidisciplinary teams.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills, underscored by meticulous attention to detail.
If you're looking for an opportunity where you get to utilise the above skills and expand your skill set, then this is the role for you.
Please apply with your CV for review or reach out to Jonny Austin via LinkedIn or call 0118 342 0304.
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